Unlike Nike 6.0 who has actually created a motocross boot for their top tier riders, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey, you will never see a pair of DC shoes on the track. However, you will see plenty of iconic DC logos (on bikes, helmets and other riding gear), which goes to show just how prominent the company is within the moto market.
WHAT IT IS:
Either way you look at it, you have to wear a pair of shoes, so why not rock something that that reflects who you are? Besides looking the part as a solid, customized skate shoe design-gone moto, the DC Frenzy TP features all the high-tech bells and whistles you've come to expect from a pair of DC shoes. The leather upper portion is ultra-heavy duty and is resistant to abrasions and scuffs, the perforated sections keep your feet cool, and the "Performalite" abrasion-resistant sticky rubber outsole featuring DC's trademarked "pill" pattern, mid-length internal airbag, hidden nylon lace loop, and foam-padded lightweight mesh tongue ensure your dogs are more protected than Bo Obama.
WHY IT RULES:
The DC Frenzy TP's aren't just another pair of shoes -- they're two badges of honor for each foot -- a way to show the world that you're one of the few ... the proud ... the fanatical Travis Pastrana fans. Okay, so maybe "few" isn't a good word to account for TP's legions of hardcore fans, but you get the picture. And sure, any DC shoe will do the trick, but with the 199 graphic doodad on the outer sole, the 199 graphic treated leather, and thumbs up logo on the back of the heal, you're telling world that you ain't just some seasonal "extreme" fan ... you're the real deal and you know the difference between a double backflip and a TP 720.
WHERE TO FIND IT:
Since DC Shoes makes so many different models of kicks, your best bet is to order them online, directly from dcshoes.com. Tell them Pastrana sent ya.